Jake Mauve wrote:No I hadnt :p - remember you're in beginners forum and thats exactly what I am. Its more or less pointless to refer me to the API as its still too complex for me to read in any efficient way, they're not for green noobies to read but for at least medium level programmers
Jake Mauve wrote:I am an uber noob and still have to be told everything. I understand how this can be frustrating for a lot, but everyone went through it. I really am trying my best to learn on my own, I've got a array (pun intended :p) of books and tutorials
It would replace the %,20.0f from what Im working with now
Jake Mauve wrote:
You want to see the small program Im having fun typing up? :p
Jake Mauve wrote:the loop's stopping condition is different for every step. in that its different each time by one digit. and there are other small details that change every line, like the second %part in the printf, because there being an extra decimal digit, I need to ajust to make sure it stays aligned with the rest.
Jake Mauve wrote:I felt I needed to show the massiveness of my numbers and the special need for formatting.